The library command allows an Oracle Media Objects stack to obtain resources such as scripts and preprogrammed objects from another stack. Two major advantages of using a library stack are the ease of maintenance and potential space-saving capability. For example, you can store complicated scripts in separate stacks, which are available for use from other applications. This way, commonly-used or lengthy scripts need not be included in every application, and can be maintained at a central location.
The library command inserts the stack script of the libraried stack into the message-passing hierarchy between the already libraried stacks and the currently open stack.
If you no longer need resources from "mylib.sta," type the following into the Message Box and press Enter: release library "mylib.sta"
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